So many cybersecurity incidents can be chalked up to bad design, configuration mistakes or poor controls over access to SaaS resources. Of the 43% of companies that said they encountered security problems due to a SaaS misconfiguration, 34% said they lacked visibility in the status of changes and 35% said too many employees had the ability to make security changes, according to research released by Adaptive Shield.
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) released the findings of an Adaptive Shield survey, offering insight into the industry’s knowledge, attitudes, and opinions regarding SaaS security and related misconfigurations.
Two familiar problems are increasing cybersecurity risks for companies that use software-as-a-service: a lack of visibility and too many cooks in the kitchen. A new survey from the Cloud Security Alliance found that IT teams don’t have a complete picture of SaaS in use by business units. That leads to the second big problem: Too many departments have access to security settings within SaaS apps.
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) released the findings of its latest survey, 2022 SaaS Security Survey Report. Commissioned by Adaptive Shield, a leading SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) company, the survey offers insight into the industry's knowledge, attitudes, and opinions regarding SaaS security and related misconfigurations.